The St. Augustine Art Association is open Tuesdays – Sundays, 12:00 – 4:00 PM.
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First Friday Art Walk
Join the St. Augustine Art Association for the opening night of the "Spring Members Show" and the "St. Johns All-County Middle School Art Show" from 5:00 - 8:00 PM.
Urban Sketching Workshop
Take the fear out of sketching on location — learn the basics of Urban Sketching! Jaime Howard of Jacksonville Urban Sketchers will be teaching this sketch workshop in historic St. Augustine. Participants will put together a portable studio that can go anywhere in a pocket or purse, practice drawing techniques in different mediums, begin their own visual journal, and travel on foot within historic St. Augustine to capture visual impressions and memories!
7th Annual St. Augustine Plein Air Paint Out
Artists are invited to participate in the annual Plein Air Paint Out in historic St. Augustine, Florida! Be inspired by the Spanish architecture, coastal environment, small-town streets, and Old World charm of the nation's oldest city.
Summer Art Camp: “First Things First: Draw It”
Drawing is a key skill for a developing artist. Students will begin using pencils, charcoal, pen and ink and black fine tipped markers to observe elements of nature. Once we have practiced our drawings, we will learn how to use paints in both realistic and abstract designs. (Ideal for ages 6 - 10 and 11 - 14.)
Summer Art Camp: “Limited Edition”
Students will be introduced to different printmaking techniques including etching, Lino cutting and eco printing. They’ll learn how to design stamp patterns and how different materials create different effects. By the end of the week, they’ll have their own series(es) of limited edition prints! (Ideal for ages 6 - 10 and 11 - 14.)
Summer Art Camp: “Hot Wheels”
Draw inspiration from the Lightner Museum’s Ride On! exhibit of Bicycles. Thinking of bicycles in the past, present and future, campers will create both 2D and 3D works of art utilizing materials like watercolor paints, cardboard, wire and more. (Ideal for ages 6- 10.)
Summer Art Camp: “My Point of View”
Taking notes and finding inspiration from William Henry Jackson’s photo exhibition at the Lightner Museum, students will study the basics of photography and learn how to use camera tools and settings to capture their own points of view! (Ideal for ages 11 - 14.)